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Going global – DQ takes to the high seas

Posted by M J Ward on 23 January 2014

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This is a news update I’ve been wanting to write for a while now, to share some of the great things that are happening on the international scene regarding DestinyQuest.

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Marked for success

Posted by M J Ward on 13 January 2014

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When The Legion of Shadow was originally published by Gollancz, four exclusive bookmarks were made available to fans. These were only obtainable at conventions and through competitions, making them somewhat rare and highly sought after.

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The Heart of Fire, hot off the presses…

Posted by M J Ward on 1 July 2013

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I do love receiving packages – even more so when they have the promise of books inside. Yes, Amazon have done very well out of me these past few years, but it’s nice occasionally to get a bunch of ‘free’ books and when they happen to be DestinyQuest… wooh, it's time to party!

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Portable for the masses

Posted by M J Ward on 28 March 2013

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As I mentioned in my previous news update, 11 April will see the release of the new (and final) edition of The Legion of Shadow. This is the Gollancz Mass Market Paperback – so the most obvious differences are size and weight. But flick past the cover and existing DQers will notice a few changes.

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To patch, or not to patch

Posted by M J Ward on 15 February 2013

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April will see the re-release of The Legion of Shadow in Mass Market Paperback edition. In case you’re wondering what the hell that means, basically MMP is publishing speak for the cheaper version of the book, smaller and a little more portable (i.e. the size of your regular paperback). My editor contacted me earlier this week asking if I had any changes to make (bearing in mind, this would be the last time I could ever "fiddle" with the book). My immediate response was, ‘no, are you crazy?!’, after all I was relatively pleased with what I had achieved and didn’t want to start tinkering with what had gone before.

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